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Emigration : return of the number of persons who have emigrated from Great Britain and Ireland to the British colonies and America, from the years 1825 to 1832, of the number of families ... and, of the number of unmarried females, ... who have emigrated to New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land
Bib ID 2083441
Format BookBook
Description 18 leaves ; 35 cm. 
Series

[Parliamentary papers / House of Commons] ; no. 696

Notes

Cover title.

"Mr. Stewart Mackenzie".

Photocopy of original, published: [London?] : Ordered by the House of Commons, to be printed, 1833 (Ferguson no. 1655)

Subjects Australia - Emigration and immigration.  |  Great Britain - Emigration and immigration.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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